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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, F7-,B VARY 2.'7, 1931

PAGE TWO - FRIDAY, FEBR1JAP~ 27, 1931

JA CDBS G1IS PLAN
FOR INATIl NAL
N IBHqT H 4EEpMAR1,
Tentative Program for Eighth
Annual Cosmopolitan Club
Banquet Completed.
SPECIAL ACTS SLATED

T HOMPSON GETS CONGRATULATIONS
FOR VICTORY IN CHICAGO PRIMARY

Einstein Gives Last
Hours in California
to Research Work

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Professional Artists Will be
Secured to Supplement
Skits by Students.
Tentative plans for the program
for the eighth annual Internation-I
al Night, under the direction of the
Cosmopolitan club of the Univer-
sity, to be held this year on Tues-
day, March 10, in Hill auditorium,
have been completed, William Ja-
cobs, Grad., F & C, said yesterday.
In accordance with the preced-
ents of former years, there will be
some professional talent to supple-
ment the acts of the various foreign
student groups on the campus. This
year, the professional talent will in-
clude the distinguished Russian
Balalaika orchestra from the Rus-
sian center in Detroit accompanied
by some children from the Dostoy-
evsky school, Russian private school
in Detroit.
Russian Orchestra Secured.
This orchestra will present some
interpretations of the folk songs of
their native country and the chil-
dren will present the Russian na-
tional dance and one or two others
of the folk dances.
From the Chalpultapec club in
Detroit will come two Mexican girls
who will give an exhibition of the
gay Harate, the Mexican hat dance.
They will be accompanied by some
students from the Mexican group
on the campus.
Details Not Announced.
Exact details of the program have
not yet been announced but it is
understood that the student groups
on the campus will each present
some act with the aim of showing
t h e native customs, traditions,
dress and musical character of
their home countries. Among other
acts, there will be presentations by
the Japanese group, the Filipino
group, and the Chinese group.
The annual International Night
program which had its origin in
the "All Nations' Revue," in 1915
has become a very real factor in
the life of the students from for-
eign nations on the campus.
Through it, the Cosmopolitan club
and its sponsors seek to establish
a spirit of international good-will.

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PASADENA, Calif., Feb. 26.-Des- Sigma Delta Chi's Annual Bust
pite the fact. Dr. Albert Einstein Will be Held at Union
. >{ ., 'eaves at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon
F ~for Berlin, he arranged to go to'on April 8.
chool ty andeparently gave Committeemen for the ninth an-
! no thought to departure.
An hour of the morng was giv- nual Gridiron banquet, u be held
en to an appearance at the dedica- April 8 at the Union, wcre selected
tion of a new astronomy building yesterday by Joseph A. Russell, '31,
for Pasadena Junior college. Hours sports editor of The Daily and
were assigned to stidies on the chairman of this year's event, stag-
~' reni. status of quentum mechan- ed annually by Sigma Delta Chi,
t ' ics, in coilaboration with Dr. Rich- professional journalistic fraternity.
ard Chace Tolman and Dr. Boris' The committees chosen were as
Podolsky, physicists of California follows: Tickets-Edward S. McKay.
Institute of Technology. . '32, chairman, Frederick Brace, '32,
Unlike the small boy, whom he and George A. Stauter, '33; publicity
resembles in other respects, such and program-Frank E. Cooper, '31,
as euiicrity, Einstein indicated he chairman, Richard L. Tobin, 32,
would rather study than make pub- C. H. Buekerna, '31. and William C.
ic appear ances. He did admit Gentry, '31; speakers-Robert L.
however, that in the receptions he Sloss, '33L, chairman; bancuet -
attended in the last week he had Carl S. Forsythe, '32, chairmen,
found some new ideas about space Robert Feldman, '31; invitations--
from speeches. Harold O. Warren. Jr., '31, chair-
Asscaed Pess"Te vhave'-" given me a new con- man, Jack Cutting, '32; "Gaboon"
Asscated Press Photo finit" he remarked wth John S. Marshall, '32, chairman,
Mayor William Hale Thompson is "in" again as Lne Republican a smile. Lester Ornsteen, '32; skits---George
nominee for mayor of Chicago, seeking his fourth term. as the result Today was the last of the speech- A. Dusenbury, '31, chairman, Charles
of Tuesday's primary. He is receiving congratulations from Corpora- making for him in America save Monroe, '31, Gurney Williams, Jr.,
tion Counsel Samuel Ettelson (left) and Patrick Sheridan Smith, city one final event at'a Jewish banquet'31, and Paul Showers,31; decors-
clerk who also was renominated. in New York, March 4. tions-Cadwell Swanson, '31, chair-
man, John Reindel, '32, and Walter
Wilds, '31.
ON[B ID VOLD'Heller Considers University Has Been Victim The motif for the 1931 banquet
has not yet been announced, but
of Unfavorable Publicity in Recent Raiding will probably be concerned with a
present campus situation. Decora-
(Special to The Daily) are less addicted to drinking than tions, programs, and skits will fol-
GRAND RAPIDS, Feb. 26.--"Mich- students at other similar schools. low the general plan of the motif,
lowetheogeRussell announced.
igan has been the victim of unfav- He characterized the raids as an The Gridiron banquet was in-
Ganzhorn to Make Investigation orable publicity," Rabbi Bernard injustice to students, the Univer- stalled nine years ago by the local
Today in Death of Miss Heller, director of the Hillel foun- sity and the city. chapter of Sigma Delta Chi. The
Anna Spathelf. dation, maintained in an address Rabbi Heller also scored the pro- banquet has become important on
Wednesday night at the Temple posed change of the Mill taxthe campus through its presenta-
An inquest into the accident enedy ightat thed Templef geo. tion of the famous "oil can" to
Annqt Emanuel in Grand Rapids.before1"It would be tragic ff the legis- i members of the University faculty
which last Sunday night resulted in more than 500 members of the
B'nai Birth and kindred organiza- lature should do anything to jeop- who have been prominent during
the death of Miss Anna Spathelf, tions. 'ardize or make precarious the pres- the previous scholastic year and
60 years old, of Ann Arbor, will be "Ihave reference to the raids on tigeof the University of Michigan who need to be "razzed." This or-
held at 9 o'clock this morning, Dr. a few fraternities by the local po- or its power by modification of the gnal idea has been slightly chang-
E. C. Ganzhorn, coroner, said yes- lice," the rabbi continued. "The present Mill tax," he said. ed however
time and the spectacular manner
terday.n which the intrusions were made, B
Details of the accident are lack- the fictitious names on the search RIGHT SPOT
ing, although police earlier this warrants, the insignificant amount 802 PACKARD ST.
week said they had secured a wit- of beverage found, considering the TODAY, 5:30 to 7:30
ness. This witness will testify be- number of residents, and the peace- BAKED WHITE FISH
fulness of the students-all these ! ASPARAGUS OMELETTE
fore the jury today. leads one to' suspect the real mo- ROAST BEEF
The driver of the car, Charles of the actions of those rc- ROAST PORK. APPLE SAUCE
MW 11 dttie .,LAMB CH-OPS, PEAS
Baldwin, 23, Albion college student, sponsible for the raids." MASHED OR FRENCH
was arrested by police and released The Hillel director is the first FRIED POTATOES 01
Monday morning. He will appea~roAnn Arbor religious leader to come CABBAGE SLAW OR
Monday mring. HIto the defense of the disbanded SCALLOPED CORN0
at the hearing, groups since last week's raids. H~e '35C
Miss Spathelf was returning from believed aftershavig 'attende SPECIAL LUNCH, 11 to 1:30
services at Calvary Evangelical VEGETABLE OMELETTE
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